Clover Valley

How about a survey on campaign contributions?

In doing some research during the No on H battle, I discovered that there are no limits on campaign contributions in most local (county/city) elections in California. This is nuts, ...

We stood for something

For the past six years I have gathered passion from this oft-heard quote: Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed its the onl ...

Reader won’t forget loss of Measure H

I, for one, am not going to forget the loss of Measure H. I won't forget the heavy handed tactics of the developer, the council and the tribe. I won't forget the hundreds of thou ...

Money wins, all we have left is deep regret

The developers didn't win in their bid for Clover Valley, the money won. Doug Elmets is the big-gest hypocrite of them all. At least you knew where Rick Massie stood all along. W ...

With nothing in writing, still lots to be settled

Now that the fate of Clover Valley has allegedly been determined, I still have a few questions which are yet to be settled. Allegedly, the United Auburn Indian Community will buy ...

Grassroots movement not over yet

More than 7,000 voters know how Rocklin's City Council betrayed them by supporting the horrific Clover Valley proposed development. County supervisors opportunist Weygandt, me-too ...

Storey calls for meeting

Rocklin Mayor Brett Storey announced plans this week to meet with Clover Valley Partners and leaders of the United Auburn Indian Community. The purpose of the meeting, Storey said ...
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